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Read on below to find out how to overcome your riding problems with a simple technique.
Ride Without Fear--
Love Riding Again!
Do any of these sound familiar?
Would you like to enjoy your time with your horse again?
Rider surveys tell us that fear is the biggest single issue that gets in the way of our enjoyment
of horses. If you're battling fear from a fall, a bad experience, inexperience, or other issues, would you like to learn
a simple self-help technique to banish your fear and enjoy your horse again?
right; it's possible to let go of your fear so that it no longer gets in the way of enjoying your horse.
the results you can achieve:
- Let go of fear and physical tension you have been holding after
a riding accident, even if it happened long ago
with confidence, without crippling fear when you ride in the show ring; perform better because you are relaxed enough to remember
and execute what you've practiced
- Learn new skills
more quickly, because your mind and body work together to learn and retain
- Relax and project confidence when riding or handling horses (do the horses notice the difference?
- Lose overwhelming fears of falling
while riding, thus allowing your body to ride in better harmony with your horse--lessening the likelihood of losing your seat
In addition, these self-help techniques can be used for many
other riding issues. Once you learn to do EFT, you may find it helps you:
Manage pain from previous riding injuries--many people find their
pain disappears altogether
quickly as adjunct first-aid for pain when injured (used with proper medical care, naturally!)
Master riding techniques in less time--because a relaxed brain
and body learn more quickly and perform better
Quickly improve your mental focus while riding
Resolve grief over the loss of a horse, and find peace
Disclaimer: All information on this website is offered as
educational, and is not, nor intended as, diagnosis or treatment. EFT, MTT, and other techniques are self-help
modalities and are offered as such. Although there is data on the effectiveness of some of these modalities,
they are still considered experimental. If you use these techniques, you agree to take full responsibility for their
use and for your own health, exercising common sense in practicing self-help techniques. This information is not
intended in place of regular medical care. Please consult a doctor or mental health care professional as
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